AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) has made it clear that he's not a fan of Netflix's new series "DAHMER - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story". The "Wipe Me Down" rapper has condemned the series that centered around serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer by asking black people to boycott it, but his criticism has got slammed by retired FBI agent Dan Craft.
Former FBI agent Dan told TMZ on Thursday, September 29 that Jeffrey was not racist, contrary to Boosie's rant. "No, Dahmer was absolutely not racist. He had white and Hispanic victims as well. It had nothing to do with race. It was all about body style," said Dan. "He liked a Chippendale's dancer type or a male gymnast. The black victims he chose had the RIGHT body style. They fit the Chippendales and gymnast fantasy."
Dan's response matched with former District Attorney Michael McCann's statements, who was responsible for prosecuting Jeffrey. Michael told TMZ that he found MPD officers turned a blind eye to Jeffrey's victims because of their race or sexual orientation speculation is ludicrous, despite what "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" portrays.
Michael added that he knows that "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" is characterizing investigators in the case as people whose judgments were clouded by racist and anti-gay biases. He also insisted if they'd known they had a serial killer in their midst, they would've moved in immediately to put a stop to it regardless of the victims' backgrounds.
On Thursday, Boosie turned to Twitter to share his two cents on the craze caused online by the new semi-fictional Netflix series that centers around the life and crimes of serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey, who murdered a total of 17 men between 1978 and 1991 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
"AS BLACK PEOPLE WE SHOULD BOYCOTT THE JEFFERY DAHMER MOVIE," Boosie tweeted, referencing the fact that the majority of Jeffrey's 17 victims were young black gay men whom he lured into his home, killed, cannibalized and kept for trophies. "WHAT HE DID TO OUR BLACK KIDS IS F**KING SICK #NETFLIX TAKE THIS MOVIE DOWN ITS SICK."
Boosie wasn't the only person to be upset by Netflix's new series, which stars Evan Peters as Jeffrey. Netflix reportedly removed the show from under the LGBTQ tag after facing backlash. The families of some of the victims and some of the people portrayed in the series have also taken umbrage with the program.